Security Measures for Digital Service Providers
ENISA publishes its study on technical guidelines for the implementation of minimum security measures for Digital Service Providers (DSPs).
ENISA study on the security aspects of virtualization
The report provides an analysis on the current status of security of virtualization, by presenting current technologies affected, risks, efforts, gaps, and the impact the latter have on environments based on virtualization technologies.
ENISA issues Smartphone Development Guidelines
ENISA publishes an update of the Smartphone Development Guidelines.
Analysis of security measures deployed by e-communication providers
ENISA’s new report provides a collection of good practices, implemented security measures and approaches by e-communication providers in the EU, to mitigate the main types of incidents in the telecommunication sector.
ENISA Threat Landscape 2016 report: cyber-threats becoming top priority
ENISA’s Threat Landscape 2016 (ETL 2016) released today is the fifth consecutive yearly report summarizing the top cyber threats encountered in 2016.
In 2017 ENISA continues to work on Cyber Exercises, cooperation with CSIRTs, the cyber threat report, data protection and privacy, the ECSM, and others. It also contributes to the implementation of the NIS Directive, addressing topics like security requirements, incident notification and standardisation.Work Programme 2017
What we do
ENISA provides recommendations on cybersecurity, supports policy development and its implementation, and collaborates with operational teams throughout Europe.More about ENISA
ENISA contributes to securing Europe’s information society by raising awareness and by developing and promoting a culture of network and information security in society thus contributing to the proper functioning of the internal market.ENISA Strategy 2016-2020
Technical Guidelines for the implementation of minimum security measures for Digital Service ProvidersPublished on